Root Canal Treatment

A root canal therapy involves the treatment of an inflamed pulpal tissue of a diseased or infected tooth. This pulpal tissue is comprised of blood vessels and nerve networks. Each tooth has its own blood and nerve supply.

Root Canal Treatment is basically a Blind procedure because we can not visually see where we are working. Although despite this the success rates for Root Canal Treatment are very good.


  • Significant constant pain specifically increased during night.
  • Sensitivity upon hot and cold food.
  • Discolouration of tooth.
  • Pain is not always the criteria for root canal treatment. Absence of pain also require root canal treatment.
  • Consequences due to unattended tooth.
  • Chronic pus formation can create abscess or cyst.
  • Spread of infection from the involved tooth to the adjacent teeth.